We don't paint over problems: we solve them.

Our professional painting crew is trained and experienced in wall and ceiling repair techniques that fix trouble areas the right way the first time around. Plaster is one of the oldest building materials and has a rich history. New construction techniques use different materials, but it is common for American buildings built in the twentieth century to have gypsum plaster walls attached to thin wooden slats called laths.

Up until the 1960s, before interior painting was completed on most American homes, plaster was installed on the inner walls. Later, drywall became the favored way to finish interior walls. Prefabricated drywall allows for quicker construction and reduced costs, so it’s unsurprising that it became the popular choice. Plaster creates a nice finish, and the lath and plaster combination allows for more flexibility than drywall. Plastered walls are mold resistant, fire resistant, and sound dampening.

When your plaster wall or ceiling begins to crack and crumble, you want someone experienced to handle the plaster repair in your home. Repairing plaster and lath requires the right tools, a steady hand, and plenty of patience. Our painters have the tools, expertise, and disposition necessary to restore your plaster walls to their former beauty.

The Plaster Repair Process

Sometimes repairing a plaster wall actually involves lath repair. If the plaster no longer holds to the lath underneath, our technicians will reattach the plaster with adhesives or screws. Afterwards, they will patch up any cracks or holes in your wall or ceiling, leaving a smooth finish.

You can expect our professionals to act like professionals. They will treat your house like a home. We don’t hire subcontractors, so you know it will be our own skilled employees in charge of your plaster repair. Our area has many beautiful homes, and we believe those homes demand the respect and care of qualified, dedicated workers.

Your plaster walls were created with careful precision, and repairing them requires that same attention to detail. Call us today at 651-699-6140 for a free estimate, or fill out our online form.